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Our mental health treatment program is led by licensed professionals who use various types of therapy to help young adults identify and learn to cope with anxiety, depression, and trauma. Our young adult mental health program includes 12 hours per week of intensive outpatient treatment for 8 - 12 weeks.
The Baltimore Center is in a spacious building with private rooms for individual therapy, group therapy, and academic/vocational learning.
We also have a substance use and dual diagnosis center within the same building.
Visiting Our Towson Center
Our mental health office is conveniently located off of the Baltimore Beltway in Towson, Maryland.
Michael has been working in the fields of addiction and health care for over twenty years. In addition to having provided direct services...
A native of Colorado, Dr. Robert Ochsner completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder and graduated...
Sarah Fletcher serves as the Chief Clinical Officer at Sandstone Care, overseeing all clinical services for the organization. Sarah holds...
Dr. Jason West is an experienced, patient-focused psychiatrist looking after the veteran community of northern Colorado and southern Wyoming. When not at the VA he is a flight surgeon for the 120th Fighter Squadron and 140th Medical group through the Colorado National Guard. He is skilled in clinical research, medical education, and psychopharmacology.
Heather Sheppard serves as the Program Director for the Towson Outpatient Clinic. She holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Social Work as well as a Doctorate of Social Work.
Jelisa Glanton is the Young Adult Mental Health Therapist at the Towson Location providing clinical services to young adults between 18-30 years old. Jelisa holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Trinity Washington University in Washington, DC as well as a Master's in Clinical Social Work from Catholic University of America in D.C.
We exist to inspire change in teens and young adults. We provide the motivation, tools, steps, and community that will produce lasting change they can take back into their day to day lives after treatment.
First, we want you to know we see you; you are not alone. We want to get to know you and begin building a genuine relationship with you―the real you.
We want to understand the details of your situation. In order to help, we listen to your story. We’ll ask questions to understand what you care about.
We believe deeply that you have value simply because you exist. And because you have value, you’re worth our time and our attention.